G. Gene Black was born in the town of Greensburg, Indiana. His writings began as short stories made available on social media where followers urged him to pursue the art of screenwriting. He's been a home builder and held sales positions over his career. As an artist, he does oil on canvas and enjoys playing piano. He currently resides in California with his wife while working on his next screenplay and novel.
2016, he completed the screenplay musical Piper which was followed
by the novel. He's a member of the Production Arts Group in Los Angeles
and the International Screenwriters' Association. His genre has been
Fiction/Fairy Tales, Legends & Mythology, as well as musical.
Piper is an allegorical fairy tale influenced by the author's studies of the early 1700's and his fascination with pirates.
The plot of, No More Stories, was further inspired by historical letters and writings by Jonathan Swift c. 1712, the "Curiosities of London" by John TimbsD. Bouge, London, c. 1855 and their haunting stories of the Grub within London.